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Correct spelling for QUESIONAIRRE
We think the word quesionairre is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for quesionairre
- Commissionaire(Definition of commissionaire)
- Questionnaire(Definition of questionnaire)
- Cautionary(Definition of cautionary)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Missionary(Definition of missionary)
- Culinary(Definition of culinary)
- Visionary(Definition of visionary)
The commissionaire stood stolidly in his place, raising every now and then his cab whistle to his lips.
In looking over the replies to our questionnaire, we are struck by the recurrence of certain phrases, by which the teacher attempts to sum up the defective child.
Childers and ballard, that day, a cautionary notice in very stern terms respecting their threatened attack upon sir reginald's funeral appointments and body; to which they replied in terms as sharp, and fixed three o'clock for payment of the bond.
A new pocket dictionary of the german and english languages.
Two pillars with inscriptions of the missionary emperor stand at delhi.
We tried to keep warm, and watched the first star come out from a knoll; at last took refuge in our wind-shaken tent, unpacked, and sat ourselves down with outstretched legs, wrapped in a medley of garments, round the little camp-table, lit by the flicker of two candle-lanterns, the flaps of the tents snugly fastened together from within, awaiting mohammed's first culinary effort.
The visionary youth tossed back his hair.
Yes; we did furnish a sample of the carton together with the type of sealing tape that was generally used and such craft paper that may have been used for inner cushioning packing.